Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by Rightnow, Sep 12, 2005.
why would the texans want that *****? so they can give up their entire draft for a potsmoking rb??
Casserly should be fired if that happens.
The play in the NFL continually changes. Coaches who have been out too long have been passed up.
Jerry Gray! The strength of this team resides on Defense. The next two drafts will focus on the offensive line, TE and WR.
We need someone to come in with an attitude that matches our team's strength, while we organically grow the offense.
If the Texans really want to change....they should try and get Russ Grimm from the Steelers.....
Its kind of a crude chop, but you get the idea
We already have Dom Capers from the Steelers.
No you have Dom Capers who went to Carolina......he must have lost something there...
Grimm is the OL coach....the Texans major issue is OL play....
Apparently he is close with McNair and he knows how to build around a qb,rb,and wr. Plus, he may be a little bitter and feels he has something left to prove. Hey, we can dream can't we??
If that Pot smoking RB can get my team 1800 yards and free up the passing game(which DD can't do.), then hell yes.
I'm with that.
How about this legend?
You say Knute's "unavailable"? Well, how about another Fighting Irish Head Coach?
You're a very bad man Johnny Utah. Very bad.
That made milk come out of my nose it was so funny.
lol at your avatar Hervoyel.
You know all these are funny but let me tell you, recently it doesn't look like these players play for coach Capers anymore. He hasn't done anything to win them over, almost as if they lost respect for him. Getting a new coach or coordinator on either side of the ball would probably work.
Hey how about Phillip Fulmer from Tennessee for head coach.
The last thing the Texans need is to take the chance on that one in a million college coach who can make the transition - Jerry Gray has some Houston ties and could be one heck of a coach
What about Gary Kubiak? (Don't , just askin'...) But wasn't he in consideration for the head coaching position when the team was first formed?
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